May, St Helen and St Katharine
Wolf Hollow was an interesting read, with a mostly believable storyline and relatable characters. By the end of the book I was taking bets on what would happen in the end, and nothing I thought about happened. The twist caught me completely off guard, which, I think all the best stories do.
The story follows Annabelle, a girl who is tormented by Betty, a newcomer to the school. Things only get worse for Annabelle when Betty mysteriously disappears, and suspicion falls to her friend Toby. Can she find Betty and absolve Toby of guilt, before it is too late.
This book kept me engaged, even with such little action and a slow moving plot, it was unputdownable. The ending was somewhat disappointing, felt a little rushed, and was unfair on the characters. I have definitely read better books, but I still enjoyed it, overall. I think it deserves a 7/10 rating.
Posted on: 16th May 2017 at 08:50 am
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